Sun, Sea and Sand...
The area around Silloth-on-solway is a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the bustling seaside ports of Whitehaven and Maryport are popular with tourists seeking a seaside holiday. St Bees, just south of Whitehaven marks the starting point of the Wainwright Coast to Coast walk and has a sand and pebble beach which overlooks some of the most dramatic sandstone cliffs which soar over 300 feet high. Dogs are also allowed on the beach which is a real bonus.
And of course you can enjoy your holiday cottage on the Cumbrian coast at any time of the year; what could be better than a bracing autumn walk on the beach with the dog before returning to your cosy cottage for a pot of tea and hot buttered toast!
Search through our selection of cottages that are ideal for that perfect beach holiday in the Lake District.
Seascale is a small attractive seaside village, rich in Victorian history thanks to the introduction of the Furness Railway in the 1850’s.
Silecroft is a pleasant coastal village with adjoining beach all overlooked by the 600 metres height of Black Combe.
Here you will find a gently sloping shingle beach with dozens of varieties of rocks stretching for nearly a mile.
Walney Island is connected to the mainland via a bridge which leads to the town of Barrow-in-Furness.
Ravenglass is a small Cumbrian coastal town situated between the towns of Whitehaven and Barrow in Furness. This popular harbour village has a pleasant shingle beach with dunes and nature reserve rich in animal and plant life.
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